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Robin Chase

Robin Chase, SM ‘86, is a career innovator who has moved between articulating big ideas and implementing them.

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Ray Wood—Head of Global Power at Bank of America Merrill Lynch—views renewable energy as a “competitive and compelling investment.”

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EDF’s Climate Corps places graduate student fellows, including many from MIT, in organizations to help them increase energy efficiency.

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EMC

MIT Sloan Action Learning students have worked with EMC Corporation on sustainability-related initiatives that include reducing and reducing reusing the company’s outbound packaging.

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Natura

A plan for sustainable palm oil is one outcome of Brazilian cosmetics maker Natura’s growing relationship with MIT Sloan’s Sustainability programs.

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OCP

Phosphate giant OCP works with the full range of MIT Sloan Action Learning programs to advance its sustainability strategy.

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Next Step Living analyzes home energy efficiency, helping home owners save money with little or no upfront cost.

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Zairo Cheibub, on MIT Sloan introducing him to sustainability as a key driver of business competitiveness.

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Mark Doughty, MBA 1999, on answering his customers’ calls for thoughtful, sustainable building.

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Nike

Nike has taken a position of leadership and innovation for sustainability.  MIT Sloan has been part of that journey.

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EDF

The Environmental Defense Fund and MIT Sloan work closely on a variety of issues, from climate change to sustainable fisheries.

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Fishbanks

Fishbanks is an interactive game that teaches the dynamics of renewable resources by challenging players to build a profitable fishing business.

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Omar Mitchell parlayed a summer internship with the NHL into a fulltime job as the league’s first-ever Director of Sustainability.

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The Sustainability Initiative at MIT Sloan helps Drew Morales finds the answer to: If I want to make a career out of sustainability, how do I do it?

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Shawn Basak decided on MIT Sloan because he “wanted to be at a place where ideas are invented, not just practiced.”

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At Cargill, Ed Fish works in the food and agriculture industry.

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Alice Hartley, Manager of Sustainable Innovation at Gap, explains how her team is an incubator within the larger company.

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MFS Investment Management’s Sean Kenney believes “capital markets hold the key to effecting change in the way corporate sustainability programs are implemented.”

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Kathy Lin’s internship at the Environmental Defense Fund taught her about climate change’s impact on local fishing communities.

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MIT Sloan’s emphasis on hands-on learning helps Carolyn Mansfield DuPont clarify her career priorities.

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Sarah Nolet helped Frontier Co-op—the Iowa-based wholesaler of natural and organic products—strengthen how it analyzes data on resource consumption.